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burning near the intersection of bernal and eaton moore drive. very quickly. we're told the fire is not threatening any structures. however firefighters are being
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warned about downed power linings into the area. we'll you more at and on the air. >> we are following breaking news in fremont where police found a suspicious device attached to a building in on an industrial area and interstate 880 has been evacuated after somebody saw a device attached to a building that they not might be an explosive. a cinder shaped metal device is wrapped on a box. we will continue to monitored developments and bring you on the air and on our website. i'm kristen sze. also this morning, the fallout continues in the wake of a police shooting. >> i'm cheryl jennings. the police chief greg suhr will
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try to calm those that did not want to hear about the shooting. it ended with the chief walking out shaking his head. amy hollyfield joins with us more. >> some of the organizers of last night's meeting they are embarrassed how chaotic it was. the anger in the crowd is justifiable and maybe it was too early for a large meeting. little progress was made. >> the townhall meeting turned no a shout fest greg suhr couldn't finish his presentation or get through the question and answer questions. >> they were hoping for a civilized constructive conversation but they were shocked whether they got this. >> i understand the people are concerned and upset. there is no excuse nor instability. >> there was a room full of
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people ready the listen and some spoke on their behalf. >> if you disrespect me you are respecting all the people that are here to talk. >> we had the police chief and supervisor out here and we are more frustrated now before we walked into the door. >> reporter: the plan was for the chief to present the evidence they have so far of the shooting death of kenneth harding. many people questioning whether he was armed. police say lab results show he had gun powder on his hand and they maintain he fired first and officers fired in defense of their lives. they also had sound and investigators say they can hear shots coming from three defend guns. two officers fired at harding. the chief isn't giving up. he promises to go back to the
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bayview and keep the conversation going. >> i love this community. there are certain people in there and they need to hear from us. >> no they shouted me down. >> but reverend brown says he is ready to move on. >> we don't need these meetings. we need action. >> the police chief says he has received e-mails and phone calls in support of the police department and the attempt at a meeting last night. >> just to clarify. we want show the picture of the man who was shot and killed in the bayview district. this was kenneth harding junior. we showed you the picture of a different man at the top of the story. that different man is the subject of the story coming up right now. >> the family of you know person
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that was shot by oakland police is now suing the city. officers shot a 37-year-old derrick jones last november. san francisco chronicle says the family has filed lawsuit. officers claimed they opened fire after he was reaching for what they thought was gun. it was later determined to be a small silver scale. they determined the shooting was justified. >> today marked the end of an era for nasa. >> nose gear touchdown. having fired the imagination of a generation a ship like no other, space shuttle nuils port for the last time. it's voyage at an end. >> one thing is indisputable america is not going to stop exploring. ultimately columbia and challenger and atlantis and
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endeavour, they protect us. >> that was the commander chris ferguson and you also seem go rex walhe im. they landed at cape canaveral. it ends nasa's 30-year shuttle program. atlantis is the second shuttle. the commander he hopes it left hand are the next generation. >> i wanted the picture of a young six-year-old boy looking at a space shuttle in a museum and saying i want to do that when i grow up. >> nasa ames research center had
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local reaction. >> reporter: good morning. the researchers whom i spoke are excited about the future of space exploration and the role in which nasa ames will play in that future. >> a crane was used for the post-briefing at ames research center. an astronaut says the final flight of the 30-year-old space shuttle program is the end of an era but not space exploration. >> we are still exploring space. we have a space station in orbit and there are six people on board and doing lots of science and engineering tests. >> they respotted the space station with 3,000 pound of supplies. research has a lot of experiments on the final flight in an effort to improve how humans can live and work in
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space. nasa will now focus on deep space exploration beyond the moon. astroids and mars are the destination of choice and right now they are part of the team working to design the perfect craft. >> we really have to retire the shuttle because of the cost and the risk associated in order to be able to spend the money to build the next generation of vehicle that will be safer and reliable. >> faster and bigger? >> not necessarily a lot smaller but a capsule instead of a big shuttle. >> it won't be a prius with wings? >> no definitely not. >> stewart rogers says how it evolves nasa ames will be to its future. for more go to >> nasa employees held
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appreciation event. even the astronauts briefly visited with the workers. here is how rex reacted. >> i started 26 years as a back room controller and i loved every minute. it's been such an honor. it runs in the blood. we're going cherish every minute of it. >> mission control in houston workers shared cake and memories houston directed more than 60 training flights. the celebration is bittersweet. friday 1500 shuttle workers are scheduled to get their pink slips. >> a 20-year-old bicyclist died from her injuries following an accident with a delivery truck in downtown san francisco.
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she was making an illegal turn on fremont street when she was hit by the oncoming truck. the woman was not wearing a helmet. they are reviewing the footage to see if any charges should be filed against the driver. >> muni transportation agency is going to maim ed restin that has agreed to a seven year contract as director of the municipal agency. he'll oversee 5,000 employees including muni drivers. high make $294,000 a year $15,000 less than his predecessor. he doesn't have any transportation experience but he high school well regarded by the mayor and supervisors. >> still ahead how a woman's type is linked to cancer risk. >> and republican leaders are
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closing in on a compromise in the showdown over the national debt limit. >> and the government takes more action against disgraced former vice presidential candidate john edwards. ♪ ! what are you guys doing? it's summer! let's hit the beach! [ both ] mom? you need a pepsi! [ growls ] ooh! [ grunts ] [ uncle teddy ] whoo! all right!
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>> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. political wrangs link with time running out for america to
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avoid running out on its debt. a deal was almost closed between president obama and republican leaders only to have refuted by key leaders themselves. >> reporter: "new york times" reported that president obama and john boehner were very close an agreement on a deal. now both men are denying that. on the floor of the senate the house passed measures under debate everybody is talking about the lack of an agreement. with 12 days left to avert default. the debate on the senate floor focused on a gop sponsored bill that would cut and cap spending and required rir a balanced budget amendment. >> it mandates a balanced amendment. >> i wanted everyone that can hear my destroys understand that the time is of the essence. we are running out of time.
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>> the cut, cap and balance bill is considered zero chance of balance and even if it did pass the president has promised a veto. the president has suggested that larger package might look like a bipartisan gang of six proposal that would reduce the deficit by $3.7 trillion over the next decade. it would through that through spending cuts and tax increases. house minority leader nancy pelosi spoke about her vision. >> it's about jobs jobs jobs. so this bill not only should do no harm but also should strive to promote growth. >> reporter: the "new york times" is standing by it's a story quoting officials that a deal is near.
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it would presumably adjust medicare and social security. both sides say it's not true and the clock is ticking. >> the federal election commission says john edwards 2008 campaign owes the u.s. treasury more than $2 million. they say the campaign understated its cash on hand and overstated its expenses. they say they itemized loan repayments. edwards has not yet commend on the audit but has previously said that the his campaign does not owe them anything. >> there may not be any in the future out in some areas of the bay. cooling trend so the way. how nice it looks from emeryville off in the distance the clouds when they make a return and cooler weather with it. >> mike thank you. >> and coming up the tribute to
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east bay firefighters who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty.
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cooler weather is on the way. if you like the warmer temperatures, you can see the changes already taking place southbound from mount tamalpais this morning the clouds hugging the coast trying to spill over some of the higher elevations. i think they'll mainly stay at the coast. sunshine looking eastbound from sutro tower into san francisco. let's take a look at the satellite. trying to see through. wind in the upper atmosphere coming down from the north it's this break pushing up from the south is the reason why we're still cloudy in most areas. as we get into tomorrow more clouds and those will move inland and that is why the
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cooling will start inland areas. 78 in antioch. 74 in santa rosa everybody else in the mid to upper 50s. cloud cover around the monterey bay upper 50s. sunshine breaking out in salinas and gilroy with mid-50s. sunny away from the coast. cooling begins at the coast and a little bit of the bay usual areas like san francisco over towards oakland touch the sea breeze first. clouds will return and that will start the cooling trend for all of us tomorrow. as far as highs pretty close to average, in redwood city 3 degrees shy. 2 degrees in oakland. he 3 in san jose. sun will set at 8:28 this evening. air-conditioning weather possible with low to mid 90s here. warmest weather out in brentwood at 96 degrees. us a come back to the bay shore east bay shore you see castro valley and fremont at 80.
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everybody else in the 70s. all the way up to 90 in los gatos. san jose about 86 degrees. 80 redwood city, mid to upper 70s for the rest of the peninsula. you see the clouds at the coast keeping you in the low to mid-60s today. low to mid 70 inmates south san francisco and sausalito. north bay valleys mid to upper 80s but 20 degrees cooler at your beaches. monterey 66 to 74 at santa cruz to low to mid 90s. warmest weather look at central valley 96 at chico and 109 in palm springs but 79 at tahoe at lake level. tonight you can see drizzle possible along the coast. more cloud cover temperatures comfortable in the 50s and 60s. you can see the high pressure going on out to the west cooler weather and that is what is exactly coming tomorrow.
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4-6 degrees cooler than today. temperatures will remain just a few degrees shy of average everywhere through the rest of the forecast with mid to upper 80s inland. mid-70s around the bay and low 60s at the coast. no wild swings after today. >> all right mike thank you. >> a british study has found -- >> a sombury day for members of the contra costa firefighters district. they paid tribute to the 16 members of the department who have died in the line of duty since 1969. the event started in 2007 when firefighters when two were killed in the line of duty. fire captain says ceremonies are very important because all firefighters share a special bond with members of the same family. >> they found that taller women have a high pressure risk of developing several types of cancer. the study found that the average american woman stands 5'3" and
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building but fremont authorities now say it was a hoax. >> and later today at 3:00 on 7 live pork skins are the new bacon and other new food trends. then at 4:00 5:00 alternative health treatments are getting more popular results from different types of therapies and what is that are expecting nor travel fees. >> kind of a good day for fliers. traveling out of sfo. >> no worries no delays. >> okay. thanks. >> enjoy the day. bye-bye.
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